Tune in to www.iwu.edu/all-in and #AllInForWesleyan today and join Titans from around the world in giving back to IWU.
Brent Bogen ’08 was recently admitted as a partner in the law firm of Katz Nowinski P.C. in Moline, IL. He joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2011 after graduating from the DePaul University College of Law. He has a transactional practice that includes residential and commercial real estate, estate planning, and advising small businesses.
Today students, faculty, and staff across campus are celebrating donors and the impact they have on campus as part of Thank a Giver Day. Share how your IWU experience was impacted by donors using #IWUThanks
If you have already made a gift this year, thank you. If you would like to make a gift, please visit www.iwu.edu/give.
Amber Robinson ’08 is welcomed as one of eight new Associate Company Members at Akvavit Theatre in Chicago. You can read more about Amber’s accomplishments here.
Amy Sipovic ’08 graduated in December 2016 with a Doctorate of Education degree from Northern Illinois University. Her dissertation advisor was also an Illinois Wesleyan University Alumna, Dr. Elizabeth A. Wilkins ’85. Amy’s dissertation title was Millennial High School Teachers’ Perceptions of the Danielson Framework for Teaching as an Evaluation Tool: A Mixed-Methods Approach.Sipovic said, “The research and writing skills I developed while a student at IWU helped me complete this graduate program. The History and Educational Studies Departments, specifically, trained me to become a critical thinker and thoughtful writer. I currently teach social studies at Streator Township High School and live in Ottawa, Illinois. Elizabeth Wilkins is a professor at NIU and lives in DeKalb.”
Christopher ’08 and Ingrid ’09 Burrichter welcomed Levi Axel Burrichter on September 18th, 2016. Levi joins his big sister, Greta Burrichter.
Important Year-End Gift Reminders
Remember to make your gift to Illinois Wesleyan by December 31 to be eligible for 2016 tax benefits. Gifts can be made online, by calling 1-800-689-9743 before December 23, and by check. If sending a check, it must be postmarked by December 31.
Thank you for your support!